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Uniform Guidelines / Pa utas uniformes 

Parent/Teacher Conferences Sept. 28              Conferencias de padres y maestros el 28 de septiembre

No school September 28th & 29th      No hay clases el 28 y 29 de septiembre


								

About All Saints

Educating South-East Omaha’s Children Since 1906
Located south of the Old Market in downtown Omaha, All Saints Elementary School is part of the CUES
School System. CUES Schools – Sacred Heart, All Saints, and Holy Name anchor their east Omaha
neighborhoods and provide a safe place for students to learn academic, social, and interpersonal skills. Many CUES families face difficult financial circumstances and simply cannot afford the full tuition. They  choose CUES Schools to give their children a quality, faith-based education. CUES students thrive in a culture of love, kindness, and excellence.

All Saints is a short distance from the Durham Museum, Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Charles Schwab Field: home of the College World Series and CHI Health Center.

 

What makes us unique?
All Saints serves 170 students in pre-k through eighth grade. We are a small school with one class for each
grade level, and we are committed to keeping our class sizes around 15-18 students.  Relationships are long-standing and consistent. Students, their parents, and families are part of the school community, and their life stories are known to CUES teachers and staff. We provide wrap-around support to the entire family, connecting them to outstanding community partners like Boys Town and Completely Kids, to create a school-wide culture of support. All of our families receive financial assistance. No child is turned away because of their family’s inability to pay. Student attendance is not only limited to the immediate neighborhood as families come from all parts of Omaha to attend. All students regardless of race, nationality, religion income, or creed are welcome here.

History

(First school picture of the new St. Philomena school in the 50’s)
** photo courtesy of Dennis Bullaro via Facebook post, used with permission **

The churches that currently support All Saints are:

  • St. Frances Cabrini
  • St. Joseph

All Saints was founded to fill the needs of the families of downtown and eastern Omaha, and has been doing so for many years.

The first accounting of our school history dates back to 1906 when the Christ Child Society Chapter of Omaha, Nebraska founded and chartered its mission to support and teach neighborhood children. Stella Hamilton, who later became Stella Stapleton, visited Washington, DC and met Mary Virginia Merrick. She returned to Omaha with a commitment to human service. At that time, she enlisted the help of Rev. Mother Mary Hoban, RSCJ and with the permission and support of Bishop Richard Scannell, she organized a Chapter. Their work led them to buy a house across the street from the church to begin providing religious formation and after school activities for the immigrant children in the neighborhood. Between the 1930’s and 1980’s the Omaha chapter of Christ Child was one of the most active in the nation providing numerous activities for children. Christ Child built a new facility in 1968, on the site across from the church, which housed an indoor swimming pool, gym, classrooms and an apartment for Mary Flannigan who coordinated the activity center.

The community living near 10th and William had been sending their children to neighboring Catholic Schools but desired their own. In 1955, sufficient land and money had been obtained to build a new Catholic school. That school thrived until the 1980’s when changing demographics forced the schools southeast of downtown Omaha to work together. Initially called Catholic South East, the students were housed at St. Patrick’s and St. Frances Cabrini. Later they were consolidated into the buildings at St. Frances Cabrini and Immaculate Conception, and was renamed All Saints Catholic School in 1989.  This consolidation included, St. Ann’s, St Patrick’s, St. Joseph’s, Immaculate Conception, St. Mary Magdalene and St. Frances Cabrini and later joined by St. Peter’s.  The school building on the St. Frances Cabrini campus has gone by the names: St. Philomena, St. Frances Cabrini, and Catholic Southeast and All Saints Catholic School.  As parish closures made support more difficult, the Archdiocese asked CUES to assume responsibility for the school in 2013.

In 2016, St. Frances Cabrini Church purchased the Christ Child building across the street, to become the new Cabrini Parish Center. Beginning with the 2016 school year, our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten classrooms moved in to the Cabrini Parish Center.

(Putting in the corner stone just before St. Philomena school was opened)
** photo courtesy of Dennis Bullaro via Facebook post, used with permission **

If anyone was a member of the above schools, in addition to All Saints, we invite you to join our Alumni group.

All Saints has been educating Omaha students, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, for over 100 years.

Click Above to Watch Our Video Virtual Tour
Mission

All Saints Catholic School will provide a learning environment of faith, knowledge, and service by promoting
Christian values, individualize academic opportunities, and community engagement.

Learn More About All Saints Catholic School

All Saints has been educating Omaha students, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, for over 100 years.

Click Above to Watch Our Video Virtual Tour

Mission

All Saints Catholic School will provide a learning environment of faith, knowledge, and service by promoting Christian values, individualize academic opportunities, and community engagement.